Tuesday, 28 May 2013

What a difference a day makes!

 As promised here are the photos from yesterdays walk, just to remind you that the lovely bank holiday weather wasn't a dream! We walked along the Teversal Trails - old railway tracks, now public bridleways.
Blue sky, bird song, lovely new leaves on the trees and fabulous wild flowers!
 Arum Lilies or lords and ladies,
 Ramsons - a type of wild Garlic,
 Wild strawberries,
Dog Violets

 and lots of Cowslips
 We also saw butterflies, like this speckled wood
and a Dingy skipper (That is it's name, but I think it is rather beautiful!)
This is such a great place to walk as there are also lots of places to sit and watch nature too...
 Can you see the bench just beyond the big tree on the right? Because you are level with the tree canopy, the birdsong seems extra loud! Hope you enjoyed the walk! Thanks for looking.


Sue said...

What beautiful photographs Sally, bet it all looks a little damper today lol xx

maria's knutselplezier said...

What a beautiful report I really love the nature in your country everything is so green and the flowers look so wonderful!!


brenda said...

Yesterday and today are like a different month Sally, but it was nice to have those few days to enjoy the great outdoors and it looks like you certainly did. Thanks sharing your photos.

Hope your programme went okay, for some bizarre reason our sky box decided not to record anything for a couple of days so I missed that and SA.

B x

Paula (PEP) said...

These are an absolute delight - I especially love those butterfly photos, very beautiful indeed. My heart just delights in photos like these so thank you for making me smile.
Paula (PEP)

susiestacey said...

Beautiful photos - wonderful to be so in touch with nature and the pretty wild flowers x Susan x

MaryH said...

Beautiful scenery, and somebody is a great photographer. Thanks for sharing your walk with us. It was just lovely...made me wish I had been along with you. Hugs

Faith A said...

I LOVED the walk, thanks for taking me with you.